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#2542176 - 09/27/11 08:50 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: ]
fairchaser
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I have a couple of the old buckpro totem pole ladder stands. Similar concept easy to carry in and one man can set it up from the ground. Mine are 18 ft and worth their weight in gold. If you find one buy it cause they don't make them anymore.
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#2544093 - 09/28/11 10:16 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: fairchaser]
JA1234
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 Originally Posted By: fairchaser
I have a couple of the old buckpro totem pole ladder stands. Similar concept easy to carry in and one man can set it up from the ground. Mine are 18 ft and worth their weight in gold. If you find one buy it cause they don't make them anymore.


I have one of the original single pole v-lock stands that is only about 12 or 13 feet to the seat..they are nice to set up.

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#2544521 - 09/29/11 08:12 AM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: JA1234]
BlackBelt
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I used the Pack-n-Stack for the first hunt this season this past weekend. The only thing I've added to it since last year was a cushion for the seat. The nylon web seat is okay, but for all day comfort the cushion is perfect.
Still the best stand I've ever owned and used, and by far the least expensive.

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#2549957 - 10/03/11 06:10 AM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: ]
htnseymour
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http://www.farmandfleet.com/products/615149-13_pack_n_stack_ladder_stand.html

$64.99 on sale through 10/9
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#2550585 - 10/03/11 11:42 AM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: htnseymour]
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interesting. Id say this is probably worth the 65 dollars? Also, is it pretty easy to set up on a whim on a hunting morning?
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#2550862 - 10/03/11 02:06 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: 93civEJ1]
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Thanks for that above link...ordered 2 of them.
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#2555901 - 10/06/11 01:14 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: 93civEJ1]
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Just recieved mine today. I was able to set it all up very quickly. It looks higher than 13'. I was able to stack it up just fine..and then put on the back pack straps. It wont be the most comfortable thing to carry, but so far I see nothing wrong with this setup.
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#2555918 - 10/06/11 01:31 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: 93civEJ1]
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Thinking about getting one myself. I think I would feel better being connected to the ground, instead of a climber.
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#2557913 - 10/07/11 04:55 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: eastTN270]
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If anyone does get this...I recommend replacing the thing rope they give you for tieing the stand to the tree...its really thin, and think it would be more beneficial to get some thicker rope or better yet some ratchet straps
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#2558206 - 10/07/11 09:54 PM Re: Pack-n-Stack ladder stand [Re: 93civEJ1]
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Mine came with rachet straps for the tree. Guess they changed that.
I also put 3 inch wide carry straps on it for much better comfort on longer carrys into the woods.

You might also put some dowel rods into the base of the ladder to keep the dirt out of there. It's not critical, but it's just a nice touch so that as the dirt dries out it doesn't fall out all in your truck or garage.

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